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Twitter Cuts Staff, Kills Off Vine App Amid Pressure to Grow

By Barbara Ortutay | Oct 27
Twitter, seemingly unable to find a buyer and losing money, is cutting about 9 percent of its employees worldwide.

Watch: World's Hottest Math Teacher Poses for UK Gay Magazine

Oct 25
Pietro Boselli, better known as the world's hottest math teacher, looked stylish (both in and out of his clothes) for a new photoshoot for the U.K. gay magazine Attitude.

LGBT History Month :: Tammy Smith and David Bowie

Oct 23
This week, we honor Tammy Smith, the first out lesbian General in the U.S. Army and David Bowie, one of the most famous musicians of the 20th century.

Wonder Woman Named a Special UN Ambassador, Despite Protests

By Mark Kennedy | Oct 23
The United Nations celebrated Wonder Woman's 75th birthday on Friday by naming the comic book character as its new Honorary Ambassador for the Empowerment of Woman and Girls.

The Gayest Halloween Costumes of 2016 - And How to Get Them

By Mikey Rox | Oct 23
There's no better time of year to be unabashedly, unequivocally, unflinchingly gay than Halloween, and this year pop culture provided us a treasure trove of costume ideas.

From 'Beach' to Memorial: Castro Site Evolves Over Decades

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Oct 23
The corner of 18th and Castro streets - arguably the center of the gay universe - was known in the 1970s and 1980s as a sunny social spot for gay men who had escaped to San Francisco from other parts of the country.

Yoko Ono Unveils Lotus-Petal Sculpture in Chicago Park

Oct 18
Artist-singer Yoko Ono has unveiled her first permanent public installation in the U.S. in a Chicago park that will be home to President Barack Obama's library.

Dig These Discs: JoJo, Green Day, Balance & Composure, Regina Spektor, Set It Off

By Winnie McCroy | Oct 17
Regina Spektor releases her seventh album, and Green Day drops their 12th-- the first in four years for both. JoJo releases her first studio LP in a decade. Set It Off and Balance & Composure both release their third studio album.

LGBT History Month :: Josephine Baker and Terrance McNally

Oct 17
This week, we honor Josephine Baker, an African American entertainer who found fame in France. We also honor American Playwright Terrance McNally, who has written extensively about LGBT issues and has won top awards.

Male Model, Skateboarder Dylan Rieder Dies After Leukemia Battle

Oct 16
Professional skateboarder and male model Dylan Rieder died Wednesday after a battle with leukemia, his father said. He was 28.

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